04-21-2015 | Source: The Daily Sentinel
Evidence of how well healthy meals are going over is found in the bags of garbage that custodians haul to the dumpster.
04-21-2015 | Source: Banner Graphic
An Indiana Congressman is seeing a lot of food being thrown away in school cafeterias due to ‘the stupidity of [federal] regulations.’
04-21-2015 | Source: Deseret News
The University of Utah has joined the Real Food Challenge, pledging to spend 20 percent of the school’s food budget on ‘real food’ over the next five years.
04-21-2015 | Source: KFOX 14
NPR reports high room and board expenses leave students paying about $24 a day for food on the cheapest meal plan – twice what the government says an average American spends.
04-21-2015 | Source: The Voice Kaleo
Sodexo announced it is increasing meal swipe prices by five-percent at one Hawaii university due to increases in electricity and other factors.
04-21-2015 | Source: Springfield News-Sun
A teacher is faulting one school’s recycling system after his students discovered 26-percent of trashed items were actually recyclable.
04-21-2015 | Source: 12 News
A cafeteria worker has been arrested and charged after video footage from the school cafeteria showed her striking a child multiple times.
04-21-2015 | Source: The Franklin
Students at one Indiana college allege foodservice workers play favorites among students, giving some bigger portions than others.
04-21-2015 | Source: yourvalleyvoice.com
One Texas college is running a pilot program, selling beer and wine at a number of home baseball games.
04-20-2015 | Source: The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review has announced the Top 50 green colleges.
Sense and Sustainability is, perhaps, an odd title for this blog. Deputy Editor Dana Moran has never been much of a Jane Austen reader. But it definitely encapsulates what she'll be writing about here: Sensible sustainability.
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